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New Yorker, The By Jim Prevost

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The New Yorker by Jim Prevost is a straight cane designed for use by individuals with balance and walking disabilities. These wooden canes feature a derby-style handle laminated of three woods to create a striped pattern. The canes come standard with a rubber tip and can be cut to size. OPTIONS: Metal tips. DIMENSIONS: 37 or 42 inches long and can be cut to size. COLORS: Purple heart, ebony, and maple stripe with brass Deco ring; black walnut, birch, and ebony stripe with brass Deco ring; madrone, purple heart, and ebony stripe with brass Deco ring; bocote, ebony, ahd maple stripe with brass Deco ring; ebony, purple heart, and maple stripe with silver-plated Deco ring; or, Wenge, red oak, and ebony stripe with brass Deco ring.

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as of: 
01/30/2013
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290.00 to 165.00

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